Perspectives on teaching theatre

by Raynette Halvorsen Smith | 12 June 2001
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Category: Performing Arts
The genesis for Perspectives on Teaching Theatre can be traced back to the theme of the Association of Theatre in Higher Education's 1993 Annual Conference Imaging the Future, which focused on challenging curricular, pedagogical, and political issues in college theatre education. The writers in this volume, who are teachers of theatre, imagine the possibilities of educational reform in the context of the changing politics in our culture and society. Topics examined include the challenges and possibilities of teaching theatre in postmodern culture; issues of democracy and methods of empowering students in classroom and production work; ways for theory, pedagogy, and production to inform each other; and strategies for dealing with difference in theatre education.
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The genesis for Perspectives on Teaching Theatre can be traced back to the theme of the Association of Theatre in Higher Education's 1993 Annual Conference Imaging the Future, which focused on challenging curricular, pedagogical, and political issues in college theatre education. The writers in this volume, who are teachers of theatre, imagine the possibilities of educational reform in the context of the changing politics in our culture and society. Topics examined include the challenges and possibilities of teaching theatre in postmodern culture; issues of democracy and methods of empowering students in classroom and production work; ways for theory, pedagogy, and production to inform each other; and strategies for dealing with difference in theatre education.
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The genesis for Perspectives on Teaching Theatre can be traced back to the theme of the Association of Theatre in Higher Education's 1993 Annual Conference Imaging the Future, which focused on challenging curricular, pedagogical, and political issues in college theatre education. The writers in this volume, who are teachers of theatre, imagine the possibilities of educational reform in the context of the changing politics in our culture and society. Topics examined include the challenges and possibilities of teaching theatre in postmodern culture; issues of democracy and methods of empowering students in classroom and production work; ways for theory, pedagogy, and production to inform each other; and strategies for dealing with difference in theatre education.

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Perspectives on teaching theatre

ISBN9780820440330

FormatPAPERBACK

Publisher (12 June. 2001)

No. of Pages230

Weight330

Language English (United States)

Dimensions 230 x 160